Our flagship tea room can be found in Merton Park, a beautiful part of Merton that was built in the arts and crafts style. There are many places we really like in Merton Park and the surrounding area that we think make a visit well worth it! Here are a few of our favourites:
A delightful salon with super-skilled stylists who will pamper you and leave you looking glamourous and fabulous!
Match up a pamper in Be Beautiful with Dot with a cream tea or afternoon tea at Willow Bough for the perfect indulgent girly day out!
A charming park that is divided into a number of different gardens. This park is named after a local philanthropist who is often credited with the original development of Merton Park as an attractive Victorian suburb in the nineteenth century. Mr Innes bequeathed the park to the people of Merton. While the park is today in the care of Merton council, The John Innes Society of Merton Park plays an important role in the preservation of the park.
A church has stood on the site of St Mary’s since before the Domesday Book and parts of the present building date back to 1115AD. The roof of the nave is nearly 900 years old and that of the chancel dates from 1400AD. Lord Nelson worshipped regularly at St Mary’s towards the end of his life and his seat can still be found there.
The perfect place for anyone looking for traditional Thai massage and holistic treatments and therapies. You may need to pop in to Willow Bough for a pot of tea and slice of cake afterwards!
We regularly work with Palmer Photography London, both hosting seasonal photo shoots and exhibiting their work. Look out for photo shoots on our events page or book a shoot in Merton with them directly.